Sterling enters the Oval Office to tell Martinez about a Termination Protocol built in to Inostranka. When the facility was built, they included a way to pump carbon monoxide into the air ducts. Oh, classy. I don't want to bring reality into this too much, but I think the US government was unlikely to do that in 1945. I mean, given what was going on in the world at the time. Martinez is appalled and describes this as "barbaric." Not that I disagree, but you're the one who said he was going to kill all the detainees. Sterling's just letting you know that there's already a solution in place. Sterling tells Martinez he thinks he's doing the right thing, and the order is given: "Do it."
Simon tells Sophia what's going on. I'm almost positive he shouldn't be doing this in her regular interrogation room. I know for a fact that room has microphones and cameras and one-way mirrors. In fact, isn't Simon supposed to be out in the field, looking for They? Anyway, Sophia tells Simon to tell Thomas to give up the antidote.
Simon meets Thomas in a darkened park. Thomas is cranky and resentful. Simon tells Thomas that Sophia said to hand over the antidote. That sentence right there shows you how convoluted this plot is. Thomas says he takes his own orders from now on, so Simon punches him. Wham! They fight. Eventually, they stop. Simon says the president won't back down, and Thomas says he won't either. Simon points out that Thomas is sentencing his own people to death, then he walks away. That's it? Is Thomas the only one who has the antidote?
Snyder police station. Vicky and DB walk into the records room where Leila is being kept. DB is a little put out that Leila doesn't react to their presence, considering how much effort they went to. Yeah, I don't think this show really wants me to think too hard about what went into their plan to kill all the police in town, staff the station with stooges, position a police car at the exact spot in the road where Leila would run to when she escaped ... uh oh. I think I've thought too much about it already. Leila begs Vicky not to "do this," because we need at least one of those scenes every episode. Vicky tells her, "I have orders and I have no choice but to follow them." Leila babbles about how this would be killing innocent people and Vicky looks thoughtful.